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Corona Virus Information — Latest NMSU Updates

 

We are following NMSU’s phasing in plan for COVID-19 to reopen. While an exact re-opening date has not been established for the Activity and Aquatic Center, please know preparations are underway. 

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June 1, 2020

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Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has ordered all recreation facilities, gyms and spas in the State of NM to close effective March 19th. With that order, we will be closing the Activity Center and Aquatic Center. For questions please visit https://wellness.nmsu.edu/coronavirus-2019-ncov/
**All youth registration (swim school and sports camp) will be postponed until further notice.
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The Aquatic Center will begin construction on a neutral entry into the pools and a gender neutral changing area beginning Monday, March 2, 2020. Construction is planned to be completed by May 3, 2020. All normal entry to the Aquatic Center will be diverted to the Activity Center located east of the Aquatic Center. Check in and payments will be conducted at the front desk of the Activity Center, patrons will then proceed to the north west tunnel door and into the outdoor pool deck. Both pools will remain open as scheduled. Aquatic Center locker rooms will be closed for the duration of the construction. We ask that patrons who have rented a locker at the Aquatic Center collect their belongings and lock prior to March 2. Lockers in the Activity Center will be made available to Aquatic Center guests on a first come first service basis. Please be mindful, due to the construction, access to the Aquatic Center locker rooms will be limited. Questions? Please call 575.646.3518 or email Michelle Mason at mmason10@nmsu.edu

Active Aggies are Healthy Aggies

New Mexico State University’s Recreational Sports programs and facilities enhance your college experience by promoting healthy lifestyles and building communities that enable student success. We offer a variety of recreation, fitness, and sports opportunities that include:

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Get involved and get AggieFit! As a full-time NMSU student with 12 or more credits on main campus, you are already a member.

All full-time students who have paid the appropriate fees have access to NMSU Recreational Sports facilities by simply showing their NMSU ID card. Part-time students may use the facilities and programs by purchasing a membership for a fee on a semester basis. To learn more, see our AggieFit page.


New Mexico State University promotes wellness of the body, mind, and spirit and tangibly supports a culture in which all community members understand, value, and make healthy lifestyle choices.